Putting together a beautiful Autumn composition usually isn’t difficult when the colors of the changing season are peaking. The falling leaves especially make waterfall pictures more interesting, as you can see in a few of the photos featured in this post.
A few helpful tips:
- Test out a variety of long exposures to find which one works best for the water movement you’re looking for.
- Take advantage of the fall colors and the leaves on the ground (and water) to make your waterfall photo stand out.
- Invest in a polarizer. Read this post by DPS about why you must have one.
Here are 25 Autumn waterfall pictures for your inspiration. You can join our Flickr group to add your own photos that you’ve taken recently.